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About Fbog12

  • Birthday 07/31/1953

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  1. Canandaigua

    Yes - Mike M really wanted it from the day I brought it home. I know he would have liked it, but as you say, he has his share of toys. He hangs out at the marina a lot.
  2. Canandaigua

    Good looking boat in the shot at the marina, Les! Officially sold as of today though. You should have stopped in to say hello.
  3. Here are the weights from the tournament (5 fish): 1st - 5.85# 2nd - 5.03# 3rd - 4.90# 4th - 4.51# Big perch was 1.510# taken by the 2nd place Harrington Team. Few more pictures below...
  4. The weather sure sounds better than it was for the April 1st tournament! Should be a great day for fishing and then some stories and refreshments at the weigh-in. Remember to sign up by Friday. You can even enter and pay online now at Seager Marine website (www.seagermarine.com). Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Boat is currently behind Seager Marine on the pier. Stop by to check it out.
  6. It has an insulated bow fishbox w/ overboard drain in the front and a molded seat in front of the console with an insulated cooler underneath (16 gal). This is where the livewell is usually located if it has that option. This boat does not have the livewell, just the cooler w/drain. I also added 2 rodholders in the back, one on each side. That is where you can put downriggers in with gimbal mounts. IMO this is still a great looking and functional fishing boat. All you need is access to a hose and you can clean it up very easily since it's a self-bailing cockpit. I like to troll with downriggers for trout so livewell is not important to me. I love the boat and the only reason I'm selling is that I already got the itch so I'm getting the same boat, just a bit bigger.
  7. We had 9 teams.........
  8. Congratulations to all our participants who braved the cold out there today. A little sun sure would have helped! Top prize went to the Batta Bing team who had a total weight of 7.5 pounds, and also the big fish at 1.97 pounds. That was an awesome catch! Second place went to the Jim Bianchi team with 5.37#, third went to the Andy Gugliotta team with 4.98#, and fourth went to the Jason LaMagna team with 3.98#. Everyone warmed up and had some pizza and refreshments while they 'shared' their fish stories:-). Looking forward to April 29th and hopefully warmer weather!
  9. OK Pequod1 - I guess we need to hold a tournament in July! Maybe July 4th weekend?? That might be fun huh? Hopefully it won't be too bad on the 1st and maybe even better on the 29th. Just boat some good ones early and then come in and hang at the marina:)